Local police are asking residents to donate unwrapped toys to help victims of Superstorm Sandy and local charities.
Millburn PBA is asking for donations for its holiday Toy Drive. The PBA is working with Red Cross Chapter, United States Marine Corps Toys-for-Tots and several local Churches and Temple to distribute the toys locally and outside the community. This year the police are also working with The Township of Union PBA to help their Toy Drive that donates toys to victims of Hurricane Sandy. "Our Toy Drive is unique as we work with numerous agencies to help a great amount of families and children in need every year," PBA recording secretary, Detective Andrew DelRusso, said. The PBA asks residents to drop off unwrapped toys. Here's where you can drop off toys: Schools (Last day 12/21): Businesses (Last day 12/22):
Millburn's annual donation program will run through Dec. 17.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, November 30, 2009
The Millburn Policeman's Benevolent Association is holding its annual U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots drive through Dec. 17. Those wishing to donate should bring a new, unwrapped toy to the Millburn Police Department on Essex Street. The association is working with Boy Scouts Troop 17 from Saint Rose of Lima Church, the Short Hills Office of ReMax of New Jersey Realtors and Martini Bar and Bistro. "We thank all those people who have already participated and if you have not encourage all to donate to this worthy program," said Officer Magnotta, Millburn's Toys for Tots Coordinator, in a press release. "Every young child needs a toy as a symbol of hope and happiness during this most wonderful time of the year." According to the Toys for …